August 21, 2020

Hotel in Tokyo Installs Flight Simulator in Room

Seher Asaf, on

They can choose to book the room for the night for an additional 25,300 Yen ($233); however, guests staying for a night in the twin bed room can’t sit in the pilot’s seat or touch the instruments”, according to the hotel. A transparent acrylic board” will separate the cockpit from the room.

No kinky sim stuff then.


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